Hey Jan, what can you tell me about the charts on this website with different Danish charts? Are they official? http://danskehitlister.dk/
Most of the charts at danskehitlister.dk are charts from Danish National Radio, Danmarks Radio. They are not
official, except "Aarets Singlehitliste" which are the same yearend charts from 1979 to 1992 that I bring you in this thread. (I also put up 1978).
When Danmarks Radio decided to stop broadcasting charts in march 1977 B.T. started publishing "The Official Danish Chart" in their tabloid newspaper. In the beginning it was a combined
albums and singles chart. On January 5 1979 the first singles chart was published in the paper.
The most famous Danish chart, however, was Tjeklisten which was broadcast on Danmarks Radio's P3 from 15 January 1994 to 28 march 2010. This was compiled by using votes sent in by the P3 listeners - an idea used by Swedish P3 in their chart programme "Tracks" from 1984 to 2010.
official charts Denmark has ever had are the charts I'm putting in this thread. From 1977 to 1992 in Danish tabloid newspaper B.T. and then from 5 March 1993 compiled first by Nielsen Music and today by M&I Service. Those charts can be found at hitlisten.nu but the archive unfortunately only goes back to 2007 for singles and 2001 for albums. You can, however, find the singles charts from 2001 at danishcharts.com. And I also have the singles charts from 5 March 1993 to the end of 2000.
It has been a week since my arm surgery and I hope I can soon continue putting up the charts for you. For now you have to wait, though.